Free Ballerina Outfit Crochet Pattern For Eve Gonk

Free Gonk doll clothes – Ballerina Gonk

Please note: You will need a copy of the original Christmas Eve Gonk crochet pattern to follow these free add-on outfits and accessories.

You can purchase your copy here, Christmas Eve Gonk, or via my Ravelry store. You can also purchase both the Santa Gonk and Christmas Eve Gonk patterns together for a discounted price at Ravelry here.

Free Crochet Pattern

This Ballerina Gonk pattern is for a ballet tutu dress. I have also included adaptation instructions on how to make a complementary Eve Gonk base.

Keep scrolling to view these add-on crochet patterns for free online below.

You also have the option to purchase the ad-free Ballet Gonks PDF download which contains both the Ballerino Gonk outfit for Adam and Ballerina Gonk outfit for Eve. It also contains step-by-step instructions for adding the hair. The PDF version includes high-quality photographs and a separate printer-friendly version for the small price of £2.00


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Free Crochet Outfit

I’ve made my Eve Gonk using Chunky (US Bulky) weight acrylic yarn. You can make your Gonk in any yarn type or weight. Use the same yarn weight and hook size as you use to make your Eve Gonk for the clothing.

I have made mine using a 5.5mm hook. This is 0.5mm smaller than I have used for my Adam Gonk, so that Eve appears a little more petite and feminine when stood against Adam.

You can use any colours you like. I have used Pink for her shoes and tutu dress, and White for tights.

Crochet Terms & Techniques Used

For this pattern, we will be using the following US crochet terms and techniques:

(ch) Chain, (sk) Skip, (sl st) Slip Stitch, (sc) Single Crochet, (inc) Increase – 2sc in the same stitch, (hdc) Half Double Crochet, (dc) Double Crochet, (dc2tog) Double Crochet 2 Together, (dc3tog) Double Crochet 3 Together.

For a neater finish, use an invisible join technique to fasten off your last rounds. To do this, cut the yarn and pull the end up through the last st, use your yarn needle to thread the end through the second stitch and back into the last st, pull to adjust the loop to mimic the top of the first stitch, and weave the end into the back to secure.

We will also work along the back bumps of the starting chain, to give a neat top edge.

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Eve Gonk Base

Make your Eve Gonk by following the instructions for Christmas Eve Gonk. Work R1. to R7. in Pink for shoes, R8. to R15. in White for tights, and then continue with your Skin Tone colour for the rest.

Skip the Dress Frills (R9.{a} and R21.{a}) and just work in the normal both loops throughout. Work joining your rounds to keep the shaping level and then work continuous rounds from R22. as stated in the pattern.

Make your arms all in your Skin Tone colour, skipping R5.{a} and working in both loops throughout. Join your arms to either side of the body positioning the top of arms with the 10th row down from the top.
Make your nose and position the middle with the 8th row down.

Images showing the Eve Gonk base for the Ballerina Gonk

You can add any hairstyle you like. For the bun that I have made, or guidance on making an up-do hairstyle, see my step by step, How To Add Doll Hair.

Tutu Dress Crochet Pattern

This piece will be worked in joined rounds. We will start with the top bodice section, working from the waist up, and then work along the opposite side of the starting chain to add the skirt. Beginning ch1s do not count as stitches. Work along the back bumps of the starting chain for a neater finish.

Using Pink or your chosen dress colour, start with chaining 36 and sl st into the first chain to form a circle,


sl st x10, sc, hdc, 2dc x2, hdc, sc, sl st x4, sc, hdc, 2dc x2, hdc, sc, sl st x10, sl st into the first st to join (40)


ch1, sc x10, ch1, dc2tog x3, dc3tog, ch1, sc x2, ch1, dc3tog, dc2tog x3, ch1, sc x10, sl st into the first sc to join (34)


ch1, sc in each st, sl st to join (34)


ch1, sc in each st, sl st to join (34)


sl st in each st, sl st into the same first st to join (34)


Work this round through the back loops of the previous slip stitches and both loops of sc stitches of R4.. ch3 (does not count as a stitch), 3dc in each st, sl st into the first dc st to join (102)


ch2 (does not count as a stitch), *hdc x2, 2hdc,* repeat between * to the end of round, sl st into the first hdc st to join (136) Fasten off and weave in ends.

We will now add straps to the dress.

Image showing the Ballerina Gonk tutu dress

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Tutu Dress Straps

We will rejoin the yarn and work each strap separately, crisscrossing them towards the back.

Step 1.

Tie your yarn onto the inside (back) of the left bust cup (left as if worn), and weave in the end to secure. Hook through the front of the cup, in between the two 2dc stitches of R1., and pull the yarn through to create a loop on hook.

Step 2.

Chain 15, turn the dress so the back is facing you, locate the centre back join and hook through the 4th stitch to the right of the centre. Cut the yarn and pull the end through the loop on hook to join. Secure and weave in the tail end.

Step 3.

Tie your yarn onto the inside of the right bust cup, and weave in the end to secure. Hook through the front of the cup, in between the two 2dc stitches again, and pull the yarn through.

Step 4.

Chain 10, count 4 chains up from the back end of the first strap, and sl st into the 5th chain. Chain 4, and hook through the 4th stitch to the left of the centre back of dress. Cut the yarn and pull the end through the loop on hook to join. Secure and weave in the tail end.

Image showing the completed Ballerina Gonk tutu dress

Complete the look with a ballet bun hairstyle. You can find the step by step photo tutorial, How To Add Doll Hair.

Images of the front and back view of the completed Ballerina Gonk


You have now completed your Ballerina Gonk. Click here for Adam’s Ballerino Gonk outfit pattern!

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